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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

December 12, 2010

2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

Visit the Crossword Express website - RF CafeTake a well-deserved break and try your hand at some of these goodies. Every word in the RF Cafe crossword puzzles is specifically related to engineering, mathematics, and science. There are no generic backfill words like many other puzzles give you, so you'll never see a clue asking for the name of a movie star or a mountain on the Russia-China border.

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RF Cafe - Science & Engineering Crossword Puzzle, 12-12-2010

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1. A type of coax cable (semi-rigid, e.g.)

4. Another name for band reject

8. Chemical symbol for manganese

10. Common average used for sinewaves (abbr.)

11. Noise source and measurement company in Parsippany, NJ

13. Unit of length (abbr.)

16. ___ Industries, RF switch & attenuator manufacturer located in Indianapolis, IN

18. Greek letter

20. Uses a squeezing tool for attaching a wire lug

22. Chemical symbol for antimony

24. Image file format name extension, (pl.)

25. Original Equipment Manufacturer (abbr.)

27. U.K. equivalent of the IEEE

29. Peak envelope power (abbr.)

31. PC follower

33. _______ Electronics, RF filter & components manufacturer in Garfield, NJ

37. Numerical basis for decibels (abbr.)

39. Chemical symbol for beryllium

40. Start frequency (abbr.)

41. Securing device

43. Analog-to-Digital (abbr.)

45. Open-______ or closed-______ system

47. Joined a male and a female connector

48. Ratio of circumference to diameter

49. Unit of apparent power (abbr.)

51. Karl Friedrich _____, after whom the unit of magnetic field strength is named

53. This calculus operation yields voltage across a capacitor

54. Chemical symbol for erbium

55. _____ factor, the peak-to-average waveform value

56. Ham abbreviation for "distant station"

58. __ Dude, premier design consultant in Rochester, NY (also part of this website's name)

60. Ham's code for "Station is leaving the net."

62. _______ Dynamics, precision RF measurement equipment and components vendor in Middleburg Heights, OH

66. Method of connecting redundant power supplies

67. Stock symbol for Advanced Micro Devices

69. Software engineering tool (abbr.)

71. Carrier-to-noise ratio (abbr.)

73. Power supply vendor in Concord, CA

75. Type of flip-flop

77. ______ Monolithics, MIC/MMIC designers in Frederick, MD

78. Frequency Division Duplex

79. End of soldering iron

81. Type of current flow (abbr.)

83. Circumference/pi

86. Current-voltage phase mnemonic

88. Chemical symbol for thulium

89. ________ + Test Equipment. TE sales & rental service in Webster, MA

90. Type of amplifier topology that uses hybrid couplers

1. Nickname for the Fermi National Accelerator laboratory

2. Electrical overstress (abbr.)

3. Opens a fuse

4. Low- to mid- frequency RF connector

5. Stock symbol for National Semiconductor

6. Below ELF

7. Amateur radio abbreviation for the Oceania region (abbr.)

8. Akin to an EE, CE, AE, etc.

9. Star _________, high power ferrite isolator & circulator company in San Jose, CA

11. A measure of receiver quality (abbr.)

12. Switch position

14. Shorthand for troposphere

15. Z-___m, shorthand for Z-Communications, San Diego, CA

16. JavaScript (abbr.)

17. MS's server-side script engine for dynamically-generated web pages (abbr.)

19. Chemical symbol for helium

21. Unit of time (abbr.)

23. 1's and 0's

24. Test Equipment Connection, new & used TE in Lake Mary, FL (abbr.)

26. Chemical symbol for radon

28. BS__ - the degree held by many RF Cafe visitors

30. _______-Photonics, RF components & design services company in Palm City, FL

32. Vector _______, antenna designer & manufacturer in Melbourne, Australia

33. The most distant point of an orbit from the earth

34. Sound frequency in the human hearing range (abbr.)

35. Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor

36. Line extending out from center

38. Key feature in a high level overvoltage protection device

42. Positive voltage lead color

44. A fixed line used in formulating the definition of a curve or surface

46. Last stage in transmitter (abbr., pl.)

47. 1E6 nanoseconds

50. Automatic repeat request used in AMTOR (abbr.)

52. Coordinated Universal Time (abbr.)

56. One who DXs

57. Greek letter

59. First stages of a receiver

61. _____ Microwave East (part of L3-Com), RF component manufacturer located in Hauppauge, NY

63. Ovenized crystal oscillator (abbr.)

64. A common battery cell size

65. Chemical symbol for argon

68. Digital Communications Hub (abbr.)

70. Chemical symbol for chlorine

71. Compact Fluorescent Light

72. Chemical symbol for neodymium

74. Family of ICs with a certain component density level (abbr.)

76. Alloy of iron and low percentages of carbon, manganese, chromium, etc.

77. Min-to-max voltage of a waveform (abbr.)

80. Infrared (abbr.)

82. Common gateway interface (abbr.)

83. Deutsche Industrie Normenausschuss

84. Automated Test Equipment (abbr.)

85. Unit of length (abbr.)

86. International Reply Coupon (abbr.)

87. Chemical symbol for aluminum


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RF Cafe - Science & Engineering Crossword Puzzle Solution, 12-12-2010

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